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How it Works


Step 1

You Print.

With every order, Impactica plants a minimum of one tree through our partnership with

Step 2

We Plant.

100% of your paper consumption is reforested at planting sites in BC, Ontario, Quebec, or New Brunswick.

Step 3

Monitor Survival.

Your purchase has helped restore forests, create habitat for biodiversity, and make a positive social impact around the world.


Your PrintReleaf Seal of Reforestation

Track Your Progress

With each transaction, your company receives a certificate of reforestation. This Certificate is automatically updated to reflect your growing reforestation impact across PrintReleaf’s network of global reforestation projects.

Show Your Commitment

You can choose to have your seal of reforestation printed on your material. There are a number of different sizes and styles of the reforestation seal which accommodate almost any size of printed piece. Place it proudly on your print material to show your support of forest-neutral printing.


The British Columbia Reforestation Site

British Columbia is Canada’s most ecologically diverse province. It has the country’s only temperate desert, near Osoyoos in the far south, and North America’s wettest weather station, on the west coast of Vancouver Island. It has temperate rainforests, dry pine forests, boreal forests, alpine tundra, grasslands and more. More than 1,100 species of birds, fish, mammals, amphibians and reptiles live in B.C., some found nowhere else in Canada.

In summer 2017, British Columbia experienced the worst wildfire season in its history. It was unprecedented in the amount of land burned (over 1.2 million hectares), the total cost of fire suppression (over $568 million), and the number of people displaced (roughly 65,000 evacuated).

The fire season prompted a Provincial State of Emergency that was declared on July 7 and not rescinded until September 15, lasting 70 days. This was the longest Provincial State of Emergency in B.C's history. Recovering from such significant wildfire damage will take careful forest management. Your support can help get B.C's trees back to health again!